Tunnsey

Tunnsey

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    best hotel in new york state?

    depends what criteria you go by, but W is always good service in various neighborhoods, trendy bars and good food. The Hotel Giraffe has also been good to me. if minding dollar, then bid on Priceline. They have good options in all star-ratings and you can get the rooms for 30-50% rack rate prices. about 10 years ago

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    Most trendy places to go out in NYC (dancing, eating, shopping...)

    The meatpacking District attarts the dance and food crowd with Sans Cubano being a good lark. Irving Place has loive gigs and dance nights, check out their listings. Public restaurant is trendy-book though Can't go woring with anything on the lower east side for trendy and happening. Hotel on Rivington Street bar attracts the crowds, On the Hudson river side, the Hotel gansevoort is very trendy-rooftop pool side bar. Good restaurants in that area too. Nileguide has a listing of cool bars: http://www.nileguide.com/destination/new-york/best/trendy-bars Finally, check out Foodand wine.com and do a search in their directory-they sometimes list latest trendy places before the mass word gets out as does Thrillist.com about 10 years ago

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    Am planning a trip to LA. Have about a week. Any suggestions as to places around LA worth visiting?

    Nice chunk of time to explore the area. I go fairly often and never tire of Runyon canyon in the Hollywood hills for a stint of hiking amongst LAs beautiful people and their dogs. Great views of the Hollywood sign and downtown LA. Allow 2 hours for that I'm a big fan of Abbott Kinney area near Venice beach area: trendy boutiques, stores, restaurants and people watching. The Getty Museum is a gem in Brentwood with great views of downtown and lots of permanent and rotating collections. Good for kids too-check out their websitee for a calendar of events. If you can do a historical walking tour of japan town, it's a entertaining and infomative and near other good neighborhoods in downtown to explore such as Union Station (good market food stalls and kid-friendly.) The Grove is an outdoor 'mall' that seems to priwnt itself to kids-archades, movies, shops and outddoor entertainment. Of course, the beaches are always good fun for the kids. Santa Monica pier is a fave. For what's going on the music scene, check out giglocator.com about 10 years ago

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    where is the best outlet shopping near San Fran?

    I'm a fan of Napa Outlet Mall. There's one in Gilroy in the south of SF, but Napa offers the opportunity to combine the effort with exploring Napa wineries and restaurants. Second Dave are Vacaville; lots of stores & good if doing a road trip towards Tahoe or up Highway 5. Look them up online to see the number & types of stores to choose best fit. about 10 years ago

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    Any suggestions? Bars? Restaurants? Sites? ANYTHING! (we're all 25-31 year old if that helps) Thanks ya'll

    I loved watching sunset at Buza-everyone claps when it sets and if it's warm you can camp out with your beach towel on the rocks below and have a steady flow of drinks/nibbles. Walk the rampart walls, beautiful views all round, including the vestiges of bullet holes and bomb shrapnell on some of the buildings. There are also stops on hte walls where you can have a civilized drink. I also went to Trogir up the coast which is gorgeous: cobbled streets, large stone enclosed town, farmers market and LOTS of bars/restaurants on the waterfront. I agree with above to try to go to Montenegro.Herceg Novi is an exquisite walled city and the area in the Kotor Bay is stunning-mountains that drop right into the water with midieval town nestled in the nooks along the water. about 10 years ago

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    what are some good restaurants?

    If on a splurge: Chez Bruce on Clapham common is superb, but spendy and you'll need to reserve well in advance. SoHo: The House on Rommily street. make an entire evening of it! about 10 years ago

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    Inexpensive hotel in city centre? Do they exist?

    I've used this site with great success for an upcoming trip to Argenitna, and they cover the world: http://www.bedandbreakfast.com/ Check out Priceline of they cover Paris hotels. I swear by it! about 10 years ago

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    I'm looking for vegetarian options in Argentina - Buenos Aires seems to have many, but what about outside major cities?

    I too am heading to Argentina with my veggie boyfriend so have researched this recently. Check out happycow.net. It's a great directory for vegetarian and vegetarian friendly restaurants all over the world. I also got this tip for a place in Cachi is Ashpamanta. It’s real artisan cooking, specialising in pastas: http://ashpamantarestaurante.com/ Also, many places in Argentina have pasta on the menu and further toward the mountains and country, trout will be on a lot of menus. about 10 years ago